Nectar down the arm

By Sarah Quigley In Books

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19th February, 2011
Cilla McQueen's new book of poetry, The Radio Room, is deceptively small. A slim greyish volume, a wisp of a word-cloud, with one of the poet's own drawings straggling quietly across the cover. Yet when you open it a magic trick ensues. Poems unfold one on the other, accordion-like, growing in resonance and beauty until your hands and your head are full to overflowing. Landscapes, language, loss; geography, history, the nature of time; word-play, word-pictures, ...

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